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MARINERS REMAIN POSITIVE AFTER OKON’S EXIT

The Mariners returned to training today for their first session under caretaker coach Wayne O’Sullivan, following the shock exit of Paul Okon.

Central Coast CEO Shaun Mielekamp says the full-time replacement could be one of the most important appointments in club history.

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